Saba Ali Khan is a renowned fashion designer. She was born in 1976 in New Delhi Click to look into! >> Read More... New Delhi . She was born in the house of Mansoor Ali Khan Mansoor Ali Khan was born in the small village cal >> Read More... Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore Sharmila Tagore is a Bengali actress, who later sh >> Read More... Sharmila Tagore . Saba has a brother, and a younger sister, Soha Ali Khan Soha Ali Khan was born into a royal family. She is >> Read More... Soha Ali Khan . Both of them are actors in Bollywood. Unlike her siblings, Soba did not venture into the field of acting. She enjoys watching films, but never thought of taking up acting as a career. The talented jewellery designer completed her graduation from Delhi College of Arts.

She ended up doing a diploma in Gemmology and design to do something unique, artistic and creative, like she always wanted to do. She wishes to open her outlets in international markets, someday. Saba is fond of photography and enjoys capturing people in her camera. She grew up in a strict household. Despite being born in the family of Bollywood stars, she had to adhere to the rules and regulations in her childhood. Saba is very close to both her siblings- Saif and Soha.

Both of them praise her work and motivate her to do better. She also watches their movies and provides constructive criticism. Saba designed an attractive jewellery piece for Kareena Kapoor (her sister-in-law) on her brother’s request when she was Saif’s girlfriend. Saba is the sole female Muttawalli in India. She says that she feels connected to Islam and is intrinsically Islamic. It was in 2008 that her father brought her to Bhopal and decided to share his responsibilities with her.

It was in 2011, after her father’s death that Saba was appointed Muttawali of Bhopal mosques. She is the caretaker and is responsible for looking after the 1000 crore Auqaf-e-Shahi which takes care of the Bhopal’s royals’ religious endowment. She enjoys the status of being the first woman Naazir (caretaker) of Rubaat (guesthouse) started by the Bhopal royals in Saudi Arabia. The government of Saudi recognized her as the Naazir.